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    Is this host good for proxies?

    I have a proxy netwrok with 800 UV/day and i use 2.5 GB per day..i got info on a webhost and asked their support and they gave me this status report..I am not much knowledgeable in this..please see this link and tell if it can sustain my proxy network.

    I am bit apprehensive cos their rates are too cheap to believe.

    They said they are on colocation and they own their hardware.

    this is the link for their server status: http://hostxweb.com/status/

    Thanks.

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    As you know, I host all of my proxies with them. For $2 a month, it can't be beat.

    Check the loading speed of this proxy:
    http://www.splinterednetwork.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    As you know, I host all of my proxies with them. For $2 a month, it can't be beat.

    Check the loading speed of this proxy:
    http://www.splinterednetwork.com/
    That's awesome for that price I'm not sure though, I think that once the word about this host is out, a lot of proxy owners will move their proxies to there and than it will experience what a lot of us had with TMZHosting.

    For that price, I'd say go for it -- if it's not what you wanted, you can always ask for a refund. Another proxy host which isn't that known yet, is LaceHost. I've read some reviews on DigitalPoint about them, and most of them were all positive. The negative ones were from rookies, so they don't give a lot of value to the review

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    That's awesome for that price I'm not sure though, I think that once the word about this host is out, a lot of proxy owners will move their proxies to there and than it will experience what a lot of us had with TMZHosting.

    For that price, I'd say go for it -- if it's not what you wanted, you can always ask for a refund. Another proxy host which isn't that known yet, is LaceHost. I've read some reviews on DigitalPoint about them, and most of them were all positive. The negative ones were from rookies, so they don't give a lot of value to the review

    Hopefully, you make the right decisions
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    That's awesome for that price I'm not sure though, I think that once the word about this host is out, a lot of proxy owners will move their proxies to there and than it will experience what a lot of us had with TMZHosting.

    For that price, I'd say go for it -- if it's not what you wanted, you can always ask for a refund. Another proxy host which isn't that known yet, is LaceHost. I've read some reviews on DigitalPoint about them, and most of them were all positive. The negative ones were from rookies, so they don't give a lot of value to the review

    Hopefully, you make the right decisions
    I host my few blogs with lacehost..they do have a very good reputation..but their proxy hosting is li'l bit expensive for me..

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    I posted this same on DP and the guys there pointed out that this host is not so secure..

    [ame=http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=1562436]Can this webhost sustain my proxies?[/ame]

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    I have tried most of the shared proxy hosting services on planet earth, and almost all of them ended up disappointing me at one time or another.

    Extended downtime, long periods of slowness, poor support and so on.

    The host in question may work fine now, but don't count on long-term reliability.
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